I have been practicing Kundalini Yoga for about five years now. I used to take a meditation class at Wild Mountain that began as one of the Kundalini classes was ending. All of the students always came out of class as if they were “buzzing”. Even though I was intimidated by that energy, I was encouraged by a friend to check it out.
Kundalini has helped me with every aspect of my life, from grief, to motherhood and marriage. I walked into the KY class overwhelmed with despair, depression and a heaviness that that was seemingly unbearable. Quite frankly, felt like nothing could help me and I was at a loss. I went to the KY class just to try something different. I thought it was weird, and not the physical workout I was used to from yoga. I thought nothing more of it until the next day – I was incredibly surprised that the feeling of “heaviness” had dissipated, or at least I felt much lighter. I was shocked at how powerful this shift was, and immediately went back for more.
I have been practicing ever since. With all of its aspects – the warm-ups and asanas, the meditations, the mantras/chanting – I am able to direct my energy more clearly and set intentions for myself that enhance my life on a daily basis.
I do have a daily sadhana, and have been able to keep up with that for about the last two years. It always consists of tuning in a specific kriya (A kriya is a set of exercises taught together for a desired effect, and it’s how KY is structured. Read more here.) to move energy which prepares me for a specific meditation. Right now, I am “assigned” a daily sadhana through my KY teacher training called “Preporatory Exercises for the Lungs, Magnetic Field and Deep Meditation”. We will do this sadhana for 40 days, which is the amount of time recommended to change patterns and habits. The longest I have stuck with a specfic kriya is four months, and it was super powerful. , , erotik film izle , gaziantep rus escort